Try to find the spot where the photographer was standing.
Congratulation for your beautiful Album.
Saint Finan's cell on the 25" map aka Finan of Lindisfarne per wikipedia which notes: Finan was active for some time at a monastery on Church Island on Lough Currane in County Kerry; today it is known as St. Finan's Church.
The whole (tiny) island can be seen in this google photosphere
Mr French had a younger assistant in a different hat pose inside the cell for this CABinet version - catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000335030
ye olde stone home.
The NLI is always amazing! Two sketches by William Frazer (before 1905) -
But Flickr is totally un-amazing today ...
I remember a story from many years ago about Church Island, it was to do with a Feast day (probably St FInans) where locals on visiting the Island would leave money under stones on the Island hoping for some indulgence or other. In the days after the feast men in need of a Pint would be seen visiting the Island for a spot of stone turning!!
Congratulation for your beautiful Album. Nice Week End.
The cell in 2014: commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:ChurchIslandMonasticSite_...
Nearby in the catalogue and geographically is L_ROY_02796 which includes the 1899 cable station.